The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce has announced the newest class of the Leadership Lebanon Valley program.

Leadership Lebanon Valley Class of 2024 consists of 29 individuals with diverse backgrounds and leadership interests.

Its members are Brent Werner of Arthur Funk & Sons, Kelly Ann Wertz of Byler Holdings-North Cornwall Commons Apartments, Valarie Weaber of Chrisland Engineering, Michelle Snavely of the County of Lebanon, Journey Henderson of Holy District Network, Joshua Wright of JBT, Jonathan Freed of Jubilee Ministries, Christian Kreamer of Kreamer Funeral Home & Crematory, Erika Schaefer of Lancaster-Lebanon Habitat for Humanity, Joseph Gaynor and Adam Smith of the Lancaster Stormers, Megan Camacho of Lebanon Family Health Services, Alaina Ehrgood of Lebanon Federal Credit Union, and Linda Griffin of Lebanon Rescue Mission.

Also, Angela Luciotti of Lebanon Transit, Valerie Bowers, Jessica Lightner, Marvin Parker, and Jason Smeltz of Lebanon VA Medical Center, Courtney Eisenhauer of Members 1st Federal Credit Union, Kurt Johnson of SCHOTT Pharmaceutical Packaging, Stacia Mohr of SMART Marketing & Media, Casandra Chesser of South Central PA Mom, Rachel Miccarelli of state Rep. Russ Diamond’s office, Kerri Price of Stifel, Jodie Bowers of Strickler Insurance, Axel Ruiz of Tim McShane-Allstate Agency, and Valerie Adams and Jilian White of WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital.

The program will begin with an overnight retreat on March 25-26 at Kenbrook Retreat Center, with the first evening designated for members to peruse display tables from local nonprofit organizations and network with their representatives.

The Leadership Lebanon Valley Class of 2024 represents a growing number of individuals committed to making a positive impact on the Lebanon Valley community. The program offers a platform for leadership development, networking, and skill building, enabling individuals to achieve their full potential and make a lasting difference.

The program includes a series of monthly meetings that focus on key local issues. Each member is also required to complete an individual project, which creates an opportunity for nonprofits and leaders to connect.

Those interested in learning more about the program or requesting display table details can contact Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce vice president Lori Brandt at (717) 273-3727 or

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